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Media Releases June 7, 2012
Epiphan to Showcase New Products at Infocomm 2012

Infocomm 2012

June 5, 2012, Ottawa, Canada - Epiphan Systems Inc., an innovator in professional audio-visual capture, record, broadcast streaming and replay hardware products for VGA, DVI, HDMI and other audio video sources, will showcase a number of new products and applications in Booth C6236 at Infocomm 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA from June 13th to 15th. (http://www.infocommshow.org/).

Epiphan’s new Pro-AV products portfolio includes:   

Epiphan’s Infocomm show case of new products includes:

DVI2PCIe

PCIe x4 Frame Grabber- Captures from DVI, VGA, HDMI sources. Capture from RGB/BNC, component, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt video sources.  The DVI2PCIe comes with free drivers, API, SDK, and a Capture Tool for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. It is compatible with DirectShow (Windows), QuickTime (Mac OS), and Video4Linux (Linux).

VGADVI Broadcaster and VGADVI Broadcaster Pro

Epiphan’s new VGADVI Broadcaster and VGADVI Broadcaster Pro make up a new product family that captures, streams and records a VGA/DVI/HDMI input source along with a 2nd video input source in addition to an audio channel input.

VGADVI Broadcaster is a small form factor internet appliance where the second video input is a composite/s-video input.

VGADVI Broadcaster Pro has 5 Pro-AV models with a choice of HD, SD and DVI-DL and SD video source types and form factors.

 

Lecture Recorder x2

The Lecture Recorder x2 is a portable ethernet appliance to capture, record and replay video streams from a VGA/DVI/HDMI video display source, an analog camera source and an audio source.  New features include the support of new recording formats and protocols, the capability of acting as a replay device or A-V Bridge, the ability to publish streams to popular CDNs, and now includes a remote control “big red button” to start/stop recording.

 

VGA Grid

The next generation VGA Grid architecture has been built with Epiphan’s new DVI2PCIe Capture card for increased performance and scalability.

The VGA Grid non-obtrusively captures, synchronizes, timestamps, records, streams and replays up to 256 input signals from DVI, HDMI, VGA video display sources and analog sources onto one or more display channels.  Flexible multi-viewer capability with recording and streaming. Input sources can be local or remote. Ideal for multi source audio-video event recording, control rooms, digital signage, security recording, training and simulation systems.

 

VGADVI Recorder/VGADVI Recorder PRO

Epiphan’s VGADVI Recorder and VGADVI Recorder Pro make up a new product family that captures, streams and records a VGA/DVI/HDMI input along with a 2nd video input and an audio channel input.

VGADVI Recorder is a small form factor internet appliance where the second video input is a composite/s-video input.

VGADVI Recorder Pro has 5 models with a choice of HD SD and DVI-DL video source types, form factors and storage options.

Epiphan’s new recorder products have new recording start/stop controls, higher frame rates, increased storage space capacity with new storage hardware options and the ability to publish streams to popular content distribution network service providers.



About Epiphan Systems


Epiphan Systems Inc. ("Epiphan") develops, markets, manufactures and supports an innovative line of VGA/DVI/HD video signal source processing products. The products are proven, ideal solutions for capturing, compressing, transcoding, recording, broadcasting, streaming, display and printing of virtually any video source.

Epiphan products are used in a wide range of applications such as education, training, simulation, medical imaging, computing, security, transportation and legal applications in which capturing, processing, recording and sharing VGA/DVI/HD video source output is critical to effective communication. Epiphan is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with a sales office in the USA and authorized resellers throughout the world.

For more information, please visit www.epiphan.com

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